This has to be one of the most stunning locations for a campsite imaginable, it really is picture postcard stuff!
The toilet/shower block is not the greatest but is also open to public walkers so can understand why. But please don't let this put you off, the scenery is amazing, great semi secluded pitches, a well stocked shop which also bakes fresh bread to order - the baguettes are amazing, nothing like warm fresh bread for breakfast.
The staff are amazing too, we were there during the World Cup and one of the guys was prepared to drive us up to the local pub a few miles away to watch the England match so we could have a drink and not have to drive. Unfortunately (or fortunately for him!) the pub had no tv!
Please visit this place, it is absolutely stunning with great walks all around including the amazing Fairy Pools just a few miles up the road.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on the rugged West coast of the Isle of Skye at the foot of the Black Cuillin mountain range and Loch Brittle beach, Glenbrittle Campsite is the perfect antidote to the pressures of modern living. An ideal base camp for some of the finest rock climbing and hill walking in Britain, the site is popular with devotees of the natural site and offers a wild camping experience with the added advantage of facilities close by. The site features pitches in natural pockets spread liberally across the field and down towards the expansive beach at Loch Brittle. Shower and toilet facilities are located nearby with convenient vehicle access tracks for unloading camping equipment. 34 hard stands with electric hook-ups, Highland Wi-Fi and Cuillin Coffee Co. are now available. Glenbrittle also has a campsite shop and cafe offering everything from freshly baked bread, speciality coffee, hot chocolate and food to camping and climbing equipment. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Glenbrittle Campsite & Cafe Carbost, Isle Of Skye